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Crackdown on drugs makes African students insecure

... is also president of the Foreign Students Association of the university, told IANS. Abdalla, who has been in India for the last nine years, said jnu students would soon conduct a debate over the issue along with students of other universities. "After that we will approach both the Delhi Police...

Medical Faculty On Leave; JNU, IIT Students Join Hunger Strike

...f the fortnight-long agitation', Dr Vinod Patro, President of AIIMS Resident Doctors' Association, told PTI. Around 15 students each from IIT and jnu began a relay hunger strike in their respective campuses demanding review of the reservation policy and setting up of a judicial commission for the pu...

Quota Row: Student Attempts Immolation

...t had 15 percent burns and was admitted at the LNJP hospital. Meanwhile IIT students in Delhi and Kanpur are to go at a hunger strike on Sunday. jnu students are to join them. Meanwhile the Union Health Ministry has issued orders to nine central medical institutions to increase the number of seats ...

Despite Collapse Of The Medicos Strike To Continue Unabated

...ehru University (JNU) and IIT-Delhi have joined the ant-reservation protest at AIIMS. While some IIT students have joined the hunger strike, around 60 jnu students marched in a rally at the AIIMS campus denouncing the reservation move by Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh and Prime Minister ...

Panacea Biotech To Market Anthrax Vaccine

...be in the market in 3-4 months. The Company has made a milestone payment to jnu for the exclusive rights. In addition, it will pay the university a royalty... bacillus. According to marketing director Rajesh, the vaccine developed by jnu is superior to the only other anti-anthrax vaccine available in the US. The...
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